Water Harvesting Designer and Project Manager
Logan entered the rainwater harvesting field during monsoon 2006 when she dug her first curbside basin after curiously observing street runoff purposefully entering her neighbor’s yard through a curb cut. Her design style is fluid and encourages the intersection of plants, water, wildlife, and humans. Over the years, Logan has worked for larger landscape companies, run her own landscape contracting business, earned a master’s degree in Landscape Architecture from the UA, completed the Sonoran Permaculture Guild’s 72 hour design course, and become a certified water harvesting practitioner through WMG.
Co-op Program Manager
Emma spent her first 21 years on the East Coast, but the last 7 have been dedicated entirely to becoming deeply familiar with the plants and climate of this region. With a Permaculture Design Certification from the Sonoran Permaculture Guild and years of experience installing water harvesting landscapes at countless Tucsonan's homes, she has developed a desert oasis aesthetic and does not miss her temperate home's flora one bit. Combining water harvesting, to grow as much shade as possible, with striking cactus plantings and rockwork that highlight our unique desert flora, is her favorite approach. Her design work is typically geared towards the client who will be installing landscapes through the Co-op program OR doing a DIY project.
Ryan Wood shares with you his extensive knowledge in water harvesting and permaculture design along with his skills and enthusiasm for creating sustainable livelihoods. As a Program Manager for Watershed Management Group, Ryan applies his talents while educating the public through hands-on workshops, presentations, consultations, and integrated design services.